France midfielder, Paul Pogba, has admitted he has “small issue” with Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, last season.
However, Pogba, speaking at a news conference at their World Cup training base in Moscow, feels things have improved since his return to England.
“It was a better season that the previous one.
“It was an experience. There were some small issues with [Mourinho], but they were nothing in the end.
“Being a substitute, that sort of thing, it helps you to grow. I have to accept it,” he said.
Pogba also defended international teammate Antoine Griezmann, who is struggling for form through two World Cup games, despite scoring a penalty in the 2-1 victory over Australia.
“Antoine is doing very, very well – he is happy,” Pogba said.
“Just because he did not score in the second match [against Peru], it does not mean that it is not the same Grizou.
“Leave my Grizou alone! You have forgotten about Euro 2016. Think about all of the defensive work he did against Peru. He helped us to keep them out.”